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EU support for Rohingya refugees to save lives in Myanmar, Bangladesh

The European Commission has released €10m in EU humanitarian support for Rohingya refugees and host communities in Bangladesh. The Cox’s Bazar region in Bangladesh currently...
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Preventing online hate speech using antivirus techniques

New research indicates that preventing the online proliferation of hate speech could be effected using a similar technique to that deployed against malicious software. In...
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Humanitarian aid to Latin America and the Caribbean announced

The EU has announced it will release €15.2m in humanitarian aid to Latin America and the Caribbean to support vulnerable communities. The aid package augments...
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Xinjiang re-education camps must close, Europarl says

The European Parliament has called on the government of China to close ‘re-education camps’ for Uyghur Muslims in the Xinjiang region. MEPs expressed serious concern...
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Winter in Ukraine: EU releases funding for civilians hit by conflict

The European Commission has announced €8m in humanitarian aid to help vulnerable communities in Ukraine withstand the winter months. The funding, which brings the EU’s...
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Support for resettlement to be provided by European Commission

The European Commission has announced it will offer financial support to EU Member States which have pledged a total of more than 30,000 resettlement...
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Israeli occupation of Palestine: report calls for civil rights

With the Israeli occupation of Palestine now in its 52nd year, a new report from Human Rights Watch calls for equal rights for Palestinians...
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‘Decriminalisation of rape’: UK rape prosecution report criticised

Women’s organisations in the UK have expressed dismay at the seemingly partisan results of a report on rape prosecution rates. The report by Her Majesty’s...
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Online Harms legislation: what to expect

Chris Priebe, CEO of Two Hat Security, explores how business, government and users will be affected by Online Harms and Duty of Care legislation...
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Healthcare cybersecurity: the chronic technology health issue

Guest contributor Sascha Giese, Head Geek™ at SolarWinds, explores the challenges facing cybersecurity in the healthcare sector. Many large organisations are currently under massive pressure...

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